Little and large: a tale of two cutting-edge CO2 capture plants

Last September, TNO’s CO2 Capture Miniplant was transported from the Netherlands to Germany to carry out capture solvent testing for the LAUNCH CCUS project alongside RWE’s larger capture plant at...
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LAUNCH CCUS progress shared at PCCC-6

Scientists from the LAUNCH CCUS project will be presenting their progress on research into CO2 capture solvent management at this year’s Post-Combustion Capture Conference (PCCC-6) next month....

Blog: Combatting oxidative degradation with membranes

By Tanya Srivastava, Researcher, TNO Carbon dioxide (CO2) capture with aqueous amine solvents is a well-researched and tested technology that has great potential to support climate goals....

Giving industry a head start in choosing capture solvents

Capture it, transport it then store it in deep geology: a simple description of a far more intricate process that will enable industrialised nations to slash carbon emissions while phasing out...
NCCC carbon bed test results seen in solvent samples

Solvent degradation in the frame at GHGT-15

The LAUNCH CCUS project has continued to disseminate research findings with papers presented at the recent GHGT-15 conference, held online from 15-18 March. LAUNCH project partners from Europe...